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Author and publisher state at the outset that they are not responsible for adverse effects resulting from the reader's adoption of Wigmore's Living Food Diet, a nutritional regimen that uses germinated and sprouting seeds. With that prominent caveat, the book goes on to discuss the history of this type of food, a staple in the Orient since ancient days. Wigmore, founder of the Hippocrates Health Institute of Boston, includes lists of seeds for sprouting, directions for maintaining a sprout garden (indoors and out) by various methods, and recipes for food and drinks from the harvest. Clear drawings complement the text.
Copyright 1986 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Ann Wigmore dedicated her life to teaching others the health benefits of natural foods. Ann spent years experimenting to find simple, healthy, and inexpensive ways to grow and prepare nutrient-rich foods. She wrote over fifteen books, including The Wheatgrass Book and Be Your Own Doctor.
Wow, I knew that sprouts were good, but I didn't realize that they were this nutritious.Published 1 month ago by W. Daniels
This was also a part of a gift I gave my wife. We both are really pleased with how much information this book has about sprouts. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RCDC
Ann Wigmore wrote a short but sweet guide on how to sprout. It's an amazing little book packed with many information on how to sprout, eat and preserve them. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andreas Michaelides
Arrived quickly. Love this book. I am a beginner at sprouting, and it included everything I needed to know, plus more. Also an excellent reference book. Thank you!Published 4 months ago by Heart Song
This book was interesting and informative. However, I gave it a 3 rating because the content of the book included too much information about the author's personal belief system.Published 4 months ago by Edmuncm
Lots of good directions in this book resulting in excellent food product.Published 5 months ago by dessalynn